Nestled next to Shakespeare's iconic Globe Theatre, Swan at The Globe offers sterling British cuisine and unsurpassed views of London's skyline and the River Thames. Sink into a plush tan leather bench in the trendy dining room, where pretty vintage design is mixed with edgy industrial features. A diverse menu offers a mix of refined British favourites and adventurous house recipes, including brunch, afternoon tea and one of the City's best Sunday roasts.
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Swan at the Globe
21 New Globe WalkBanksideLondonSE1 9DT
Very good food with huge portions. Ask to see the serving size before you order because you may want to share. A fun place with excellent service and friendly staff. We would go back next time in town!more
It was packed, and service was slow.
However, the food was amazing, and I enjoyed my glasses of wine very much.
Plan to come back in the near future - hopefully I can sneak in and miss the crowd.more
If you are looking for the best pancakes on the planet, check out the Swan! We popped in here during a Sunday stroll in London for a quick and tasty brunch. We were seated promptly. The service is a little sluggish, so plan accordingly with your time.
I ordered the berry pancakes with whipped cream and could have happily ordered 3 or 4 more rounds - the best pancakes of my life. The pancake...more
I had the theatre menu (2 courses). I went for the pork belly which was tasteless and not really filling. For dessert I had the burnt vanilla cream which was tasty but nothing that special.
The service was extremely slow. The food took forever, we needed to ask for water quite a few times...not impressed.
The location is really nice and the view us pretty. But I def wouldn't...more
I really enjoyed my meal at the Swan. We arrived on a Tuesday night and we got a spot for 4 at a communal table right away.
I ordered fish and chips with mushy peas. The chips were thick and delicious. The peas were well seasoned. The portion was huge.
My only gripe was the stools at the table were uncomfortable.
Highly recommend coming here over all the chains on the south bank.more